Church’s Chicken is celebrating the grand opening of its newest restaurant in Apopka, and food, fun, and swag are all on the menu. With festivities planned for Friday, August 23rd, the new Apopka Church’s Chicken is bringing the delicious taste of its original and spicy hand-battered fried chicken, Honey-Butter Biscuits, and signature sides.
Goalz Restaurant Group, FLA is behind the building of this brand-new Church’s location which is the first of two new locations in Florida.
“The entire team could not be more excited to bring job opportunities and successful business growth and development to the city of Apopka,” said Shawn Eby, CEO of Goalz. “We are very proud to bring one of the country’s most legendary fried chicken brands to Central Florida and to the people of Apopka who recognize and appreciate the quality and culinary skill that goes into each and every Church’s meal.”
Guests will find the new restaurant bears the brand’s STAR Image Design, which includes Church’s latest interior seating options, new exterior design and color palettes, and contemporary lighting inside and out.
The official grand opening of the Apopka restaurant is set to take place on Friday, August 23rd at 10:30 a.m. at 845 S. Orange Blossom Trail. A commemorative ribbon-cutting ceremony, officiated by the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, will kick-off the festivities. Church’s discount coupons and promotional items will accompany purchases made by the first 250 guests. Free Fried Chicken coupons will also be randomly given out to guests with purchase throughout the opening week. The public is invited to stop by for food and fun – a great time for the whole family.
Church’s is world-renowned for their freshly prepared original and spicy chicken and fresh-baked Honey-Butter Biscuits™ made from scratch daily. “We’re glad to see Goalz opening its first Florida location, with a second one coming soon to Melbourne, Florida,” said Pete Servold, Executive Vice President of US Operations at Church’s Chicken. “At Church’s, we believe that groups like these understand more than anyone what their local communities look for in their restaurants.”